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We also make proposals to international bodies and governments based on our experiences with the goal of building a peaceful society in which problems are solved through dialogue rather…
2018 marks the 90th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Canada.
They are also used agriculturally by farmers practicing shifting cultivation and for grazing livestock.
However, amid rapid economic growth, the land expropriation and deforestation that have accompanied the industrial planting of cash crops has endangered their food security.
JVC established an office in Kesennuma in August 2011 and has continuously supported the residents of the city’s Shishiori district (approximately 280 households), who struggle with numerous problems. Supporting Collective Relocation for Disaster Prevention JVC dispatched an advisory team composed of architects and town planners to Kesennuma.…
Food Security through Community Based Sustainable Forest Management and Sustainable Agriculture / Rural Development Program background With their rich biodiversity, forests in Laos are sources of food and income for villagers.
A chamber music workshop led by 6 musicians, including violinist Mana Shiraishi, which will lead to a collaborative concert by the teachers and participants.
For that reason, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan encourages proposals for a wide range of events celebrating the 90th Anniversary of Japan-Canada Diplomatic Relations.
Supporting PLWHAs Program background More than 20 years have passed since the end of apartheid in 1994.
Yet the unemployment rate among the black population is still high at 60% and inequality is widening.
It is estimated that hundreds of thousands of people have fled from the rural areas that have become battlefields. Supporting a program for cohabitation focused on children (Kirkuk) Program background JVC has supported an Iraqi hospital since 2002 and it has supported the local NGO, INSAN, which works to foster reconciliation among ethnic groups in Kirkuk, since 2009.
Many groups have long lived in Kirkuk, including the Kurds, Arabs and others, but historical factors dating from the Saddam Hussein regime onward have caused antagonism between them to be severe.